Nous

Nous

(?), n. [NL., fr. Gr. noy^s mind.] 1. Intellect; understanding; talent; -- used humorously.
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2. (Philos.) The reason; the highest intellect; God regarded as the World Reason.
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{

Nous"el

,

Nou"sle

} (?), v. t. [See Noose.] To insnare; to entrap. [Obs.] Johnson.
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{

Nou"the

,

Now"the

(?) }, adv. [Now + the.] Just now; at present. [Obs.]
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But thereof needeth not to speak as nouthe.
Chaucer.
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{

Nou`veau" riche"

(?), m.,

Nou`velle" riche"

(?), f. };
pl. m. Noveaux riches (#), f. Nouvelles riches (#)
. [F.] A person newly rich. Contrasted with old money.
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